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Knock at the Cabin

Basically: A home invasion descends into horror and madness, asking the impossible question: Who would you sacrifice to save the world? Eric (Jonathan Groff) and Andrew (Ben Aldridge) are a married couple with an adopted daughter, Wen (Kristen Cui). On vacation at a remote lakeside cabin, Wen is happily catching and studying grasshoppers when an imposing figure emerges from the surrounding forest. He sits and talks with the girl, identifying himself as Leonard (Dave Bautista). While they chat, he seems to be waiting for something…and soon enough Wen sees three more people walking toward them, carrying strange homemade weapons. Eric… Read more »


Poker Face, Harlem, Shrinking

Never fear, your streaming update is here: Geek Girl Riot gives you the lowdown on Poker Face, Harlem, Shrinking, and more new TV—joined by special guest Tim Gordon of Keeping it Reel with FilmGordon.


Maroon 5 Back with 'Harder' Album

It’s understandable that Adam Levine would admit to “going a little mad” as Maroon 5 embarked on the follow-up to their multiplatinum, Grammy-winning Songs About Jane. “It’s one thing making a record, but it’s another thing making a record when you’ve had all this success and there’s all this pressure, and you say you don’t feel it and pretend you don’t, and then one day you wake up and it knocks you in your face,” the singer said. Levine responded to the pressure by, well, partying. “I worked my ass off for four years, and I thought, ‘I’m going to… Read more »


Guns N' Roses Cap Night Of Spectacles From Diddy, Eminem, Timberlake

Guns N’ Roses’ surprise performance at Thursday’s 19th annual MTV Video Music Awards was easily the night’s highlight presentation, even though P. Diddy, Eminem and Justin Timberlake had more pizzazz and Bruce Springsteen and Sheryl Crow had more heart. Click here for the complete 2002 MTV VMA Winners List. The group – which included longtime GN’R keyboardist Dizzy Reed and a batch of new faces like ex-Replacements bassist Tommy Stinson, ex-Nine Inch Nails guitarist Robin Finck and guitarist Buckethead – kicked off its medley with “Welcome to the Jungle,” the song that had thunderingly announced GN’R back on their first… Read more »

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